Congressman David Jolly Launches Capitol Hill-Shattering Movement

STOP Act Forces Members of Congress to Hang up Phones & Get Back to Work

"Washington May Not Like This...I'm Good With That"

INDIAN SHORES, Fla.--()--United States Senate Candidate and Florida Congressman David Jolly (R-FL-13), the Republican frontrunner to replace Senator Marco Rubio, today launched a Capitol Hill-shattering movement by introducing the STOP Act, legislation that would ban members of Congress from personally soliciting campaign contributions. Additionally, Congressman Jolly today released a short video and website on the STOP Act. To view the video, please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/1S1QSGs. To view the website, please visit the following link: TheSTOPAct.com.

“We can’t have a part-time Congress in a full-time world”

“We can’t have a part-time Congress in a full-time world,” said Congressman Jolly, in the video. “So, you and I, we’re going to do something about it by passing the STOP Act, and here’s what that means: No member of Congress will be allowed to ask you for money, so they can focus on the job you sent them to do. Fix what’s wrong, make things work. Owned by no one. Committed to everyone. Now, you and I know Washington won’t like this, I’m good with that.”

In December 2015, a statewide St. Pete Polls survey confirmed that Congressman Jolly is the frontrunner among the other Republican candidates in the race to replace Senator Marco Rubio. To view the poll in full, please visit http://bit.ly/1O7Z6ak.

For more information on the David Jolly for U.S. Senate Campaign, please visit DavidJolly.com, like FB.com/DavidJollyFL and follow @DavidJollyFL.

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Contacts

David Jolly for U.S. Senate Campaign
Sarah Bascom, sarah@bascomllc.com, 850-294-6636
Kristen Bridges, kristen@bascomllc.com, 850-545-1917

Release Summary

U.S. Senate Candidate and Florida Congressman David Jolly, the Republican frontrunner to replace Senator Marco Rubio, today launched a Capitol Hill-shattering movement by introducing the STOP Act.

David Jolly for U.S. Senate Campaign